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VLC a Warning!!!!!

we all know that VLC media player is good in accepting most of the formats and will increase the sound. but people using laptops will surely affect by VLC.     Jawdrop

A latest survey in india conducted by DELL says that most of their customers affect by this problem. approx 1 of 3 laptop users affected by this problem.
the main reason behind this is ,5w speaker will only take 5w ( Lamo ).
 Software can say 1000000% and it still won't take more power.
 It is common for laptop speakers to be cheap and break easily.
 But the speaker will only input a max signal that its driver allows or clipping occurs.  Starwars

 When clipping occurs, the speaker is sustaining its max power for an extended amount of time.
 Low quality components will not handle their max for very long and then blow.
 Also the volume level is relative, so a strong input at 10% can be equal to a weak signal at 400%, both maxing your speaker.

so friends who are using laptops be careful in using VLC player. or else your speaker in laptop will go BLOWN Bomb Boxed (your warranty will also be banned) so be aware of it and spread the news. Group

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Thanks for the useful information for all.
It is true,Because my friend's Sony laptop speaker is affected like this.

I can help you on following things Notes (IT only),Android,Web and Software development.


if so.. then the warranty for that laptop wont get covered  @ cybersa

Karthickvijay, proud to be a member of Vidyarthiplus.com (V+) - Online Students Community since Nov 2012.



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